Kenny Chesney returned to the stage of the CMA Awards on Wednesday night (Nov. 4) in Nashville to perform his most recent hit, "Save It for a Rainy Day."

The country superstar is a perennial live favorite on the strength of his live performances, and he didn't disappoint the fans and industry insiders who crowded into the Bridgestone Arena in Music City, delivering a strong vocal performance of the rock-guitar-tinged single, which was released as the fourth single from his The Big Revival album. It was also his fourth straight No. 1 song, following the album’s three previous singles, “American Kids,” “‘Til It’s Gone” and “Wild Child.” Matthew Ramsey and Brad Tursi of the group Old Dominion helped Chesney write the song.

Chesney looked great while performing, too, wearing simple black topped off by a black cowboy hat. The superstar was also nominated this year in five CMA categories, including Entertainer of the Year.

Chesney recently announced 12 stadium dates for his 2016 Spread the Love Tour, which will feature Miranda Lambert, Old Dominion and Sam Hunt. Chesney is also slated to headline the 2016 Taste of Country Music Festival, which takes place June 10-12 at Hunter Mountain in upstate New York. For more information about the hottest festivals of 2016, check out our comprehensive 2016 festival guide.

See Country Stars on the Red Carpet at the 2015 CMA Awards